Crafts for Kids
Who remembers flubber? Make something fun to take along on the next match activity or use it during your time at the school-based matches! I'm thinking of using it for school for social studies we have a day called barter day and have to make a craft and trade it with class mates!!
Easter decoration, egg garland
What you’ll need: LED tealight, plastic easter egg, pipe cleaners, white sticky labels, silver duct tape. How to make it: Get a small flameless LED tealight and place it into a plastic egg. Next, use a thumbtack to poke holes through the egg to insert the pipe cleaners. Draw a pair of cute little bug eyes onto while sticky labels. Finally, sculpt wings using duct tape.
firefly craft using plastic Easter eggs
Clear Frames + Scrapbook Paper + Post-It
1/2 ELMERS GLUE/HALF WATER ~ USE SMALL PAINT BRUSH TO PAINT THAT ON ANY OLD JARS OR GLASS CONTAINERS ~ THEN ROLL RIGHT AWAY ON EPSOM OR ROCK SALT. TADA!!!~~ WHEN THEY ARE DRY YOU NOW HAVE TEA LIGHT AND CANDLE HOLDERS. THESE ARE EASY AND JUST BEAUTIFUL WHEN YOU ARE DONE. craftsbyamanda.co...
Cookie Sheet painted with chalkboard paint for a cute magnet board. This is cute. My girls would love this!
for car trips... as long as I can make sure that top won't come off
No-dye polka dot Easter eggs: just attach double-sided adhesive dots and roll in glitter. Super easy and super cute!
lego + soap = Perfect for a little boy's bathroom!
Put velcro dots on the ends of popsicle sticks. Kids can make letters or shapes over and over again.